The Scarlet Letter audiobook is a work of historical romance. The Scarlet Letter audiobook also contains several religious and cultural references, exploring the themes of moralism, adultery, and guilt.
In The Scarlet Letter audiobook, Hester Prynne is a young lady who has had a child without marriage. Hester considers her as a widow, however Roger Chillingworth, her husband reaches is alive and hides his existence. As a punitive action for her act of adultery, he learns his wife has to put the scarlet letter A on her outfit. Chillingworth had become besotted with determining the identity of her love interest after Hester decides not to tell his name. When Chillingworth discovers that the father of Hester’s child is Arthur Dimmesdale, a morally upright minister, he begins to ridicule him. Dimmesdale has become progressively sick as a result of his sin.
In The Scarlet Letter audiobook free, Hester is divulged being a self-assured protagonist who isn’t even genuinely remorseful for having committed adultery with Dimmesdale. She thinks that their actions were sanctified by their profound love for one another. Even though she is mocked at first, her generosity and self respect ultimately mute several of her detractors.
In the conclusion, In The Scarlet Letter audiobook free, Chillingworth’s obsessive desire for vengeance degrades him virtuously. Dimmesdale’s feeling of regret breaks him, and he officially admits his adultery prior to his death in the arms of Hester. Only Hester could confront life with courage as she gets ready to make a fresh start in Europe with her baby girl, Pearl. However, after many years, Hester comes back to New England, and still, she wears the scarlet letter proudly. She was buried beside Dimmesdale after her demise.
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote The Scarlet Letter audiobook.
Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on the 4th of July 1804. He was a writer from the United States. His writings frequently deal with culture, moral values, and religious beliefs.
In 1821, Hawthorne enrolled at Bowdoin College. In 1825, he received his bachelor’s degree. Hawthorne wrote his first book, Fanshawe in 1828. He wrote numerous short stories in journals that he compiled into Twice-Told Stories in 1837. He served at Boston Custom House then later became a member of Brook Farm. The Scarlet Letter, authored in 1850 and many other books accompanied it.
Most of Hawthorne’s written work sets in New England, with several writings featuring anti-Puritan ethical figurative language. His novels categorised as Romantic as well as, more particularly, gloomy sentimentality. His ideas frequently centre on humankind’s intrinsic wickedness, and his writings frequently contain moral lessons as well as profound psychological variability.
From 1850 to 1860, he wrote four major romantic novels that include The Scarlet Letter, The Marble Faun, The House of the Seven Gables, and The Blithedale Romance. He also wrote some non-fiction books. The Library of America chose “A show of wax-figures” by Hawthorne for its two-century memoir of the United States True Crime in 2008.
On the 19th of May 1864, in Plymouth, New Hampshire, he passed away in his sleep.
The narrator of The Scarlet Letter audiobook is Kate Petrie. Other audiobooks that Kate Petrie has also narrated are Around the World in 80 Days, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and The House of Mirth.
The length of The Scarlet Letter audiobook is 6 hours and 53 minutes.
A.R.N. Publications published The Scarlet Letter audiobook on 11/11/15.